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MDC needs hunter help with CWD testing of harvested deer this weekend and next

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Conservation Department asks deer hunters to allow MDC to collect tissue samples from deer harvested in north-central Missouri area for chronic-wasting-disease testing.

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MDC offers landowners in CWD area special seals to thin deer numbers

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Special harvest provision is part of MDC effort to limit spread of CWD and collect test samples.

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A 10-point white-tailed deer buck stands in a field.

MDC public meeting in Springfield seeks input on CWD threat to deer

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A 10-point white-tailed deer buck stands in a field.

MDC public meeting in West Plains seeks input on CWD threat to deer

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Meeting is a chance for citizens to get information and give MDC comments about chronic wasting disease.

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A 10-point white-tailed deer buck stands in a field.

MDC seeking public comments on protecting deer Sept. 23 at Runge Nature Center

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Be informed and get involved in protecting Missouri deer from CWD and other diseases.

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Two white-tailed deer does stand in icy field.

MDC seeking public comments on protecting Missouri deer Sept. 18 in Cape Girardeau

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Public meetings on deer diseases to include improving fencing, testing at captive-cervid facilities.

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MDC seeking public comments on protecting Missouri deer Sept. 3 at Macon County Expo Center

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Two white-tailed deer does stand in icy field.

MDC seeks hunters’ help when processing harvested deer

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MDC offers guidelines to prevent spreading chronic wasting disease (CWD).

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MDC still needs hunter help with CWD sampling Nov. 19-20

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Hunters helped MDC collect tissue samples from more than 650 deer harvested during youth and opening firearms weekends. Hunter help still needed for MDC to collect more samples.

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